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for celebratory inebry yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night.
, now what's your next bet? hey rusty, couple of men heading for town, looks like they're being chased by a posse. well he better not ride in here, he'll get a hot reception. come on boys. well, you got away this time... but you better not try to come back. ♪ gee that was a close one. you're telling me. phew. who are you? who wants to know? looks stranger, you came here, nobody sent for you. don't mind my friend here, he's a might high strung. to tell you the truth, we're both feeling high strung right now. what about? didn't you see? sheriff and a posse we're after us. oh, well keep talking. well i reckon it's cause we stopped a stage on its way to mineral city. yeah? we didn't stop it to catch a ride. how much you get off the coach? that's just the trouble, that's why my pal here is so sore. just as we had 'em all lined up and reaching for the sky... why a sheriff and a posse come along, so we had to run for it. that's tough. how come the sheriff came along so conveniently? seems like he found a man half dead, tied to a burrow. he was out looking for the men who did it.
. i bet he does, alright. yeah, and i wanna talk to him, too. hank you and i saddle up we're gonna follow this indian. no one comes. only you. now look... you don't think i'd be silly enough to go with you alone, do ya? me think so. you be brave law man, want solve mystery. you're right. maybe he's right, huh? how long of a ride is it? not far for tough, sheriff. maybe two hours away. alright, indian, you lead the way. don't forget any funny business and...hank keep an eye on things till i come back. alright. ♪ ♪ lose the mask, ranger. found the gun sheriff. i can explain. howdy, two gun! jim what the same hell's going on here? who are these people? who's this mask man? what about judge knox shooting? somebody's got a heap of explaining to do. and after the killers knocked me out, changed guns with me... my friend and his indian pal brought me here. it's a very interesting story, jim. what's more interesting maybe, is that you've convinced me, then mask man here, is fighting on the right side of the law. i'm glad you're convinced, sheriff. so butch cavendish, is the judge's mur
're welcome. >> happy new year, christine. >> you too, joe. >> you bet. >>> the senate missed the fiscal cliff deadline and we don't know what's going to happen in the house. how are americans viewing the stalemate in washington? alison kosik, with the clock running it's appropriate she's at a new york diner, tick tock. how is it looking over there, alison? >> reporter: you took the words right out of my mouth, joe, we are at the tick tock diner, we appro po because the clock has been ticking on congress to make the decision and this is a great diner, not only people from new york are here but people across the world are here. i ran into fazad from l.a. happy new year. >> thank you, happy new year. >> reporter: you're frustrated how lawmakers handled this. >> right, i think delaying it isn't a solution and a solution is someone has to give up something at some point and the politics right now sore heavy handed that i don't feel like in two months we'll come away with something people will be happy with. like me i'm a teacher in l.a. and politicians should be working for, they're so far removed
-holders. shareholders may like high risk bets, particularly high leverage because they get higher returns from those high risks at least until something goes wrong. by contrast, debtholders have traditionally been a force for moderation in the marketplace because they only get a fixed rate of interest whatever the debt obligation promises and when the company starts to take more risk, it is managed. but implicit government backing of the deaths of our largest financial institutions mean that this market discipline has suddenly been undermined. so today i want to talk about my new book, while some firms thrive while others fail, this builds on my work at the financial crisis inquiry commission. we studied internal documents. i can't tell you how many, from financial institutions and their regulators, interviewed ceos risk officers, bankers, traders, regulators, publishingmakers and other people to try to understand from everybody's perspective putting it altogether what went on here and in 2010, we were still in a stage where people on wall street and in the financial system were in shock and pretty
'll have 20s for some locations tomorrow morning. >> you bet. >> there are just two more days to visit the exploratory crumb at its current location in santran cisco's marina district. expected to close its doors to ports move to the palace of fine heart from the palace of fine heart, egg cause me, to the embark. is scheduled to reopen april 18 april 18th at new location on peer 15th. admission will be free tomorrow until 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 2012 was the record breaking year at the the box office, movie ticket sales hit an all time high of $10.8 billion in 2013 could be even better. a number of high profile sea calls are set to hit theaters including store, star trek and the hunger games. when we get back some highlights from this morning growth rate in pasadena. >>> a little bit of bad news for california resident, the state's sales tax goes up today. it will increase one quarter percent that's up to 7.5% that's thanks to the voter approved proposition 30. that translates to about an $86 difference on a big ticket item like a new car. the increase will last 4 years. it does not a
the standard for the fast past rate for senior citizens, mr. rifkin bet r be willing to pay $100 a month for his fast pass. [speaker not understood] equality for everyone. >> next speaker, please. >> barry toronto followed by mark gruberg. is mr. gruberg here? okay, all right. >> mr. toronto. >>> yes, good afternoon again. i first want to alert you that i saw on facebook somebody shared a link of an article in the new york times about the international association of taxi regulators was working on creating regulations to deal with those apps, [speaker not understood] and side cart. our own chris hiyashi has been instrumental in being involved in helping create those regulations. i think i'm a little disturbed that this information is not getting out to you guys and to us about what you guys are actually doing. i think it's important that this information and what she's actually proposing be included, is actually advertised -- proposed -- advertised so we have an idea what's going on. and that helps us in having confidence that sfmta is doing something, and where this is going to go. and
for an assisted arrest" and i said "you bet your life too and i also want a sf tv star" and anyway those small things happen. i paid the police department and the city back. we put this together with a group of volunteerses, the original command center. the wonderful volunteers that exist in san francisco. not people advising you but people coming here doing stuff and they represented the great cross section of san francisco. had two retired school teachers who came to this temporary building everyday for five years, and provided administrative assistance. they were wonderful. one of them was mary louise green. dave ebberly -- you haven't heard that name. he was the guy bouncing around and i found out he was the volunteer driver of the emergency vehicle that we had which was parked in a fire house at the other end of the city and get a call at 2:00 o'clock in the morning and get in that vehicle, and i later learned -- i'm sorry dave. i didn't understand at the time. it was manual transmission and manual brakes and i wish i could have hired him and he he is and somebody was smart enoug
to a bet thing and so who knows what my next ventures will be and i still have my oslo and scandinavian -- a farmling community in the central valuegee and so i think i is it have -- so if you are thinking what am i doing going to loss oh, in the middle of winter., you know i saw a film and never scoped my interest in scandinavian culture and is that doesn't take away at all to my comment and being proud of being latin and sevenning the latin community this past year and so i'm grateful to my supporter and is grateful to the residents of district five and i love the city and happy to have had the opportunity to serve on this board. a. (applause). . >> thank you supervisor olague. our final accommodation of the day will be to our second colleague local be leaving us today although he know he is not going far sean i have to say when i read the resolution that was draft of the to you today i was honestly blown away by how much you have done over the whereas and supervisor elsburnd has served for the past 12 years to supervisor tone aye hall and as well as belong to this board of supe
of san francisco, i bet that you will be able to tell which one is which. >> the 10-year-old girl is the president of her class at her elementary school and the larger person is a member of the board of supervisors. >> hang on hannah oconnel and scott weiner. [ applause ] >> so i am not hannah. i will be reading wishes tonight and alternate. the first is from sisters in gramic of the sisters of loreto my wish is that we achieve marriage equality in every state and we resend doma on the federal level to achieve full quality for lesbian and gay relationships across the land. >> i wish that the bees were not dying from. >> that is a good one. >> my hope is for improved economic conditions for my country's most vulnerable people that we create healthy environments and green spaces and by country men and women become fully conscious of their ability to change things for the better. >> baptist from haiti. my wish is for more justice, economic as well as social justice, starting with the recognition that poverty is not a sin. >> i wish for wish for a world without boarders and walls, age
rupert murdock is among potential buyers. it's possible it will bet the tribune on movie stations. net flix ceo started out with a bang. compensation package for 2013 will double, hitting $4 million, $2 million salary, $2 million stock options he took a pay cut because of management missteps. irving azoff resigned from the world's biggest concert promoter selling 1.7 million shares of live nation stock recently. and saying oversatisfying the merger looks for returning to the entrepreneurial world. says lawyers try to shut me up, now. shares of apple gaining 4.4%. stocks third biggest jump. shares of apple gained 31%, but closing today, stocks well off it's 52 week high of $705 a shairks turning broader market, stocks closing higher for the day. your bloomberg silicon valley index higher as well. speaking of apple, 13-year-old gregory hoffman got a great christmas present. an iphone but with a catch. the blogger told gregory he had to agree to a 13-point contract to keep the device. points include keep your manners, use your manners on the phone, never ignore a call from mom or dad. mom
: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night. >> greg: you remind me
live" right here on kron-4. >> you guys have all the fun. >> i know. and we are taking bets... that one of my earings fell off. in >> at least i found it. >> it fell on my foot. we're going to follow the party at symphony hall it is a beautiful masquerade ball. will be checking in on other parties. at the embarcadero. and i know that you have been looking as some of the celebrations around the world. we will be doing the some of that. hong kong, sydney, there have been released a beautiful but celebrations. we will keep you in touch locally. see you at 1130. >> yes, it is the best party. and if you want to avoid the cold on new years -- stay in and enjoy it with us. . the biggest parties and spectacular fireworks. will all be on kron 4's new year's live show. the bay area's favorite way always with kron 4 it is hosted by catherine heenan and gary radnich. kron 4's - new year's live. starts at 11-30 tonight. >> jacqueline: we're also keeping a look on your forecast. we did see some cloud coverage it is racing to the bay area. the satellite and radar is well to the north. it was starting
to get over there weren't going to fall into the hands of somebody that might use them, you're betting against the odds. the shooter in newtown, connecticut, got those guns from his home, legally purchased firearms. we took 2 96 guns off the street here thankful to dr. joe marshall and omega boys club. over 150 handguns, almost 150 rifles and shotguns, these are not what people keep saying aren't going to make a difference. this is absolutely making a difference. and i would say to the nra or anybody that says, hey, this isn't the problem, if it's not the problem, it will make a difference, it should make a difference banning them. let's err on the side of caution, keep the kids safe. thank you. >> let me also echo again my appreciation for commissioner dr. joe marshall because omega boys club has been a great partner. they are part of our effort to organize commutes, to intervene as early as we can, and i totally agree with the chief that these particular guns, if you look at them up front and close, you'll see they really shouldn't be in anybody's homes. they're designed to kill folk
hard. >> the rollercoaster was in the ocean. >> the economy of 2012 took us on a ride from big bets gone wrong. >> jpmorgan chase lost $6 billion in two weeks. >> the stock has been disappointing. >> of course, there was a presidential race taking shape. >> mitt romney clenched the nomination. >> amitt romney's troubles were recorded by a videotape. >> but president obama helped his opponent by an unforgettable debate performance. >> barack obama has been re-elected. >> the gun control debate invigorated in the wake of several deadly mass shootings one in a temple in wisconsin and the other during a midnight movie in colorado. >> i kept thinking i'm not going to die in here. >> but nothing rocked the country more than the shooting death of 20 children and faculty in newtown connecticut. >> i love you all very much and it is going to be ok, because i thought that was the last thing they would ever hear. >> for us who remain let us find the strength to care on. >> trayvon martin became a household name. >> are you following him? >> we don't need you to
. metaphorically we go off the cliff. does not mean we get the negative impact but until it is passed, all bets are off. we're here for you at the fox business network, and we will be with you until midnight. i look up to a lot of the older heads, you know, the innovators, the heads of the art movements of the past. they kept it really edgy, and, like, a lot of the latin american muralists and the latin american artists, their styles are very unique and new to their time, you know, somewhat controversial, but that's who i look up to mainly. personally, i'm very excited about going to college. it's something new, and it's something different than what i'm used to. i'm definitely going to be a little out of my element, but that's what makes it so exciting is that, you know, it's something fresh. well, there's so many opportunities that i think i could miss out on if i didn't go, you know. getting into college takes planning and vision. you know, it's just like when i take a brick wall and turn it into a canvas for my art. painting's helped me realize i've got what it takes. neil: the economy is s
was cheering at the end of it. it was so brilliantly worked out. and i'll bet it didn't take him five minutes. narrator: robbins was extending his reach to directing and even wrote the script for an adaptation of j.m. barrie's tale of the boy who wouldn't grow up. "peter pan," starring mary martin opened on broadway in 1954. this time, robbins was choreographing in another dimension using the air as well as the floor, and reveling in the possibilities. ♪ you just think lovely, wonderful thoughts ♪ ♪ and up you go! ♪ whee! ♪ i'm flying ♪ lovelier thoughts, michael! christmas! narrator: in other hands "peter pan" could easily have seemed sentimental. but, said robbins, "i thought i could find a way of doing it less cutely, and more robustly." if children are the heroes in "peter pan," the heavies are adults... i must think! what tempo captain? a tarantella. narrator: chief among them one of robbins' most delicious comic creations, captain hook. ♪ when was such a princely plot concocted by another ♪ ♪ to murder all the boys and keep the wendy for our mo
examined in the fist place and i bet it was discovered incidentally. >> secretary of state clinton discovered a blood clot in her leg which she said it was the most serious health risk she experienced in her life. is she more suscept nibl the future? >> definitely. people who have had blood clots in the leg or brain have a higher susceptibility. may be factors in the blood that prevent adequate clotting or predispose people to clots and those have to be checked into. deficiencies and certain factors in the blood. the other thing with secretary clinton, she travels a lot. a very hectic life-style, spends a lot of times on airplanes. >> got to moe around on the planes for sure. >> you have to. every hour. >> this was caught not by accident but maybe by coincidence. what would have happened if this most recent clot gone untreated. >> it could have caused swelling of brain. the place where it's sitting in the transverse sigh husband us in, if left untreated, fluid would have backed up in the brain, resulting in swelling and that can become potentially dangerous. >> but they did treat i
olympics in london and even made a bet with former president bill clinton on the ryder cup which he paid up for, by the way. this year i talked to the biggest names in sport about what it takes to be the very best and what it feels like to be a world champion. what a moment. for you, eh? the green jacket. can i touch it? >> yeah, go ahead. >> how does it feel? >> it feels nice. >> how does it really feel to be bubba watson right now? >> it's overwhelming. people like yourself wanting to talk to me. for me to come to new york and do these interviews and meet you for first time. it's a special time. >> why have you given me the big exclusive interview. somebody's told me the rather unnerving reason why. >> because when you were on this other show "america's got talent" you were a [ bleep ]. so i wanted to come here and make fun of you just like you make fun of everybody else. >> i heard that was the reason. it genuinely was, wasn't it? >> yeah. >> because i'm a [ bleep ]. i don't care how we got you here, i'll take it. >> how hard is it, mike, for people who have been at the top of boxes, wit
senator just agreed to do this lickety-split, that is a huge stretch. at that point, all bets are off. mitch mcconnell has got to get on the same page as john boehner on the house 06 representatives. mcconnell is not going to walk the political bank. so a lot of variables here. the plan, all along, was for the senate to pass this thing and therefore, sort of box in the house. john boehner could present it to his gop conference, his conservatives and say, look, this is the only deal we can get. however, as you report it, it's quite clear now that technically, at least, we're going to be going over that cliff. the house, while they say they could call themselves back into session at any moment for all intense and purposes, they're gone until noon tomorrow. house leaders, their aides say tomorrow is a holiday and no one is going to feel an impact of this until later on in the week. but this is a dangerous game not only they're playing with the american economy and taxpayers, but a dangerous political game, as well. what do you know about the possibility that we could see the vice preside
bet. >> mitt romney's caught on tape comments, reveal his true feelings about the poor in the country. >>> and how the 47% change the way the race went. and how to keep jobs as republicans try to dismantle labor unions. and much more, stay tuned. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." one video defined the campaign more than anything else. mitt romney and the 47%. >> don't worry, we'll take care of it. how are we going to do it? to convince everybody they have to -- >> well, there are 47% of the people who will vote for the people, no matter what. all right? there are 47% of people who are with him, depend on government, who believe they are victims. who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them. who believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing. to you name it. it is an entitlement, and government should give it to them. and they will vote for this president no matter what. and the president starts off with 48, 49 -- he starts off with a huge number. these are people who pay no income tax, 47% of the americans pay no income tax, so our message of low tax
presidential bid today in new hampshire. >> rick, i'll tell you what. 10,000 bucks? $10,000 bet? >> as they would say in chi china -- >> i'm speak, i'm speaking. are you just going to keep talking or let me finish with what i have to say. >> i realize the red light doesn't mean anything to you because you're the front-runner. can we drop a little bit of the pious baloney? >> good evening, the start of the 2012 general election season might some day be traced right back to today. >> after 43 primaries and caucuses, together we are going to win on november 6th. >> republicans and congress have found a nominee who promised to rubber stamp this agenda if he gets the chance. we cannot give him that chance. >> what's up gangstas? it's the mi double tizzle. >> i like seeing the lakes. i love the lakes. i like cars. i like being able to fire people. i like grits. strange things are happening to me. i met a guy seven feet tall. i figured he had to be in sport but he wasn't in sports. ♪ for purple mountains majesty above the fruit plain ♪ >> corporations are people, my friend. >> gue
. and as the bull market gets going, all the hedge funds that were net short. meaning they were betting on the stock to go down or under invested meaning they have less in stock and more in cash are now under performing and they are becoming more and more december operate. money managers who have been left behind by the market start to feel like cornered rats getting ready to be butchered by a feline. a lot of hedge funds cannot handle one year of under performance. i know this stuff, i was in it for 14 years. it takes a lot of build up good will with clients to have a good record to explain to them how you barely made any money at a time when stocks everywhere were soaring and still have a business by the time you are through with the explanation. you have to be careful, when the stocks are the strongest, many of the hedge-fund managers will plant negative stories in the press and try to take advantage of the media to spread as much negativity as possible to get stocks down so they can buy or because their shorts needs to work for them. so saw a lot of it in 2000 and ate, and 2009. it would be wond
to give them movement people do. comes do and some lawyers do that. >> this is free loading fun, i bet i could make more money if i got a law degree. then i could start suing businesses. or you taxpayers. that's made this man millions. that's next. >> we're back with more on freeloaders. you remember the shirley scandal? >> mer sherrmust resign immediate limp the federal government cannot have skin collar deciding any assistance. >> a video suggested the loan officer refused to help a farmer because he was white. he then equipped. >> this is a fox news alert. an obama administration official resigned a short time ago. >> but then we now know the video was edited to take what she said and twist. i hoe miss sheridan an apology. >> but less than the hype was a much bigger story, one that is eating billions of your tax dollars. >> what do we want? >> tax break. >> when. >> these protesters brought tractors and horses to washington, claiming the loan officers did the opposite of wh he was falsely accused of. they favored whites. this lawyer claims the department is racist. >> if john stossel
in the senate been betting against it. democrats may not be able to lose that much to get it passed. i have spoke to some that are looking for a reason not to vote for this. we cannot set the stage for further destabilization hostage- taking from ours in the form of another debt ceiling crisis. but he was doing that ahead of last night's vote. this was another thing he was going to do. he didn't win it. you have done the revenue and change the estate tax. that is done. you are going into the negotiations without many avenues. there will not negotiate on the debt ceiling. sherrod brown said they were going with it. whitehouse said the same thing earlier. obama said they want an end to the high jinks. host: what is your take on president obama's role in negotiating so far? guest: i think he has a strong impulse to reach a deal. his priorities to reaching a deal is surpassing his desire to stand up for progressive principles. to protect parts of the government from harmful cuts that would hurt a lot of regular americans. host: republicans saw his news conference as unusual. john mccain said he
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wouldn't bet which way house republicans will go. >> surely shouldn't predict how the house is going to vote but i feel, very, very good, happy new year and i will see you all maybe tomorrow. >> reporter: house republicans will caucus about 1:00 this afternoon to decide whether to take a vote after studying the bill. the fact that all but five senate republicans supported it should give house republicans some cover. rick? rick: wendell, we know the president returned early from hawaii, his family's christmas vacation in order to be a part of these negotiations at least to oversee the process. if a deal is reached and the house votes to approve it, does he get to take some time off? >> reporter: i think one of the reasons the president's aides would like the house to take up the bill today, that could allow mr. obama to return to hawaii where you point out his family has been since before christmas. mr. obama left hawaii late the night after christmas of the he has been here ever since, even though it was vice president biden who eventually worked out the deal with senate republican l
this and supports it it, i bet you will see a good number of republicans join him. if the democrats follow their leadership on the same side and on the senate side as well, i think we will see a deal. it sounds very much like the paperwork and the policy details show the makings of a deal but again, we are talking about the last minute skirmishes that sometimes can delay these things. do i see a deal in the next couple of days? i do. do i see it tonight? i'm not sure. >> bret: a.b. stoddard with the hill. thank you very much. happy new year. we will ten to keep you covered thing fiscal cliff ander and all things watch and around the world as we always do. fair. balanced. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. a new city to explore. >>. >> because they get us ridiculously low prices on really nice hotels and car rentals. so we hit boston in the spring-- even caught a game. and with the money we saved, we took a trip to san francisco. you see, hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so, where to next? how about there? ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e.
. is that a good bet? >> mark that on your fiscal calendar. when jessica said to us the deal with the sequester, which has been the big open question. remember house republicans' questioning of this. when that gets moved to february, we're doing this all over again. maybe there's a chance to get our deficit and debt in line. the downside, we're going to be playing with fire again walking right up by the edge of the cliff. >> the tax rate and how much you tax, that was actually never really a grand bargain kind of discussion. that was oh, guys, you say 3, we say 4, whatever. the real challenge is all of the low hanging fruit for cutting spending is gone. you know, mitt romney talked about big bird and pbs during the debate and people laughed. it wasn't that laughable. it's one of the bigger things left you can cut. you can cut amtrak. there aren't a lot of things that are billions of dollars in the budget you can cut. you need to cut things that hurt, that people care about. >> the deal with the sequester cuts was half out of defense, half out of discretionary spending. that's where entitlement
by and it's at 60 or 61, then i would not be betting the farm that the house will pass this deal 24 hours from now. >> all right. chuck todd and everyone else, please stand by. we will be back in a moment with continuing coverage of the apparent deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. you are watching msnbc, the place for politics. sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and chills- the flu's a really big deal. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. prescription tamiflu attacks the flu virus at its source. so don't wait. call your doctor right away. tamiflu is prescription medicine for treating the flu in adults and children one year and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing. have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusual behavior, stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and adolescen
on thursday, when the new congress is sworn in. you know, i'm betting it will go through because even though there are members on the left and the right that don't like this, move on said that they did not like the bill, there's going to be enough members to have a bipartisan roll call, a rare thing in the house, if, if -- >> and does the house want to be seen as the ones who scuttled middle class tax cuts? >> some in the house do, yes. there are a lot of house republicans who are morally opposed to tax increases, and i think some of them will not agree to any kind of compromise like this, as it essentially is a tax increase, and some democrats didn't like how the deal was constructed, either, but i don't think the overall house will let this go. i think you'll find 118 reluctant votes in the house. a lot of house members don't like the details. many democrats didn't love all the details, but they're going to -- president obama has signed on to the deal, so that's going to push a lot of democrats over the line and they'll get enough votes today to get this passed. >> all right, let's say thi
than he bargained for. >> i'll bet. >> she is one of these people that i just see her, she makes me laugh. and so, she is going to be -- i think this is going to be a sleeper hit. >> oz the great and powerful. >> "the wizard of oz" has endured the test of time. this film follows james franco as the wizard and follows his journey to oz. michelle williams is in it, mila kunis is in it. it's going to be a huge blockbuster. big budgets, big special effects, visually stunning. >> i love this title, "the incredible bert wonderstone." >> you have steve carell and steve buscemi as a paris in vegas who find their star is fading because of a guy played by jim carrey, the david blaine type doing stunts. hysterical -- >> ridiculous. >> yeah, just accept that it will be ridiculous and you almost don't rods steve buscemi. >> yeah, we're used to him now from hbo. plenty of silly stuff in april. >> that's right. "scary movie 5," which actually -- >> oh, which i've been waiting for. >> i know you have. you can't stop tweeting about it! but it's an all-star cast, using the term star relatively in som
in place? lastly if there is an all out rejection all bets are off, we're jumping over the fiscal cliff. it is up to john boehner to gauge how his conference is going to react to this bill and from folks i've talked to there is a little bit of nervousness among house republican leaders. they have been left at altar many times by their conservative flank. real quickly back last year in 2011 the senate passed the payroll tax cut extension 89-11. very similar to what we saw the vote was earlier this morning. that was then defeated in the house of representatives a few days later. not saying we can see history repeat itself, but it has happened before, mara. >> all right. nbc's luke russert, thank you and happy new year, my friend. >> take care. be well. >> all right. >>> house and senate leaders are using every last second to try to sell their membership on this deal, something even president obama commented upon himself on monday. >> one thing we can count on with respect to this congress is that if there is even one second left before you have to do what you're supposed to do, they will
the president is going to get everything done that he wants to in 2013 but i would bet on immigration reform. maybe that's crazy and you'll have me back here and i'll have to say no i was wrong. i do think it's so much in republicans' self-interest. they've got some really good spokesmen on that score like marco rubio that some movement may be seen there all right. thank you for that prediction. thank you both for joining me. >> thank you. >>> coming up in just one hour from now the house gets back to work. but what if anything will be accomplished? congresswoman debby wassermann shulz joins us at the top of the hour. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. ♪ many hot dogs are within you. try pepto-bismol to-go, it's the power of pepto, but it fits in your pocket. now tell the world daniel... of pepto-bismol to-go.
. >> you bet. >>> coming up, mitt romney's caught on tape comments revealed his true feelings about the poor in this country, next. how the 47% changed the presidential race. >>> and we traveled the country to bring you the stories of workers fighting to keep their jobs as republicans tried to dismantle labor unions. later, john nichols joins me on the future of organized labor, and much more. stay tuned. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." thanks for watching. one video defined this year's presidential campaign more than anything else, mitt romney and the 47%. >> been told this, don't worry, we'll take care of them how are we going to do it? in two months before the elections to convince everybody you've got to take care of yourself? there are 47% who are with him who are dependent upon them that believe they are victims, that believe government has the responsibility to care for them, who believe that they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. it's entitlement. and government should do it. and they will vote for this president no matter what. and the pres
's orders be the order for the day: you know, make that list! >> you bet. >> know who you are? >> know who you are. >> thanks so much for joining us! [ crowd cheering ] [ applause ] ♪ >>> this was the scene just a few hours ago. new york city, a million people range in the new year. we'll be wrapping up all the celebrations from around the world in just a few minutes. before we do that, let's head over to eric who's monitoring the weather situation. are we going to start off dry? >> we don't have any rain in the forecast. we're taking a live look outside. this is our freeway camera in downtown san francisco. more cars on the road. allow yourself a little bit of extra time if you're headed out to work this morning. as we take a look at those numbers, it is another cold start. mid-30s out the door in santa rosa. it looks like vallejo, you're waking up or staying up to low 40s. a split decision, 30s by the dark purple. this is where we'll be in the 30s. afternoon highs, two colors, light blue and again that purple. i looks like it's a split decision. as we break down those numbers for you,
the intersection. fourth street southeast is the best bet for a different route. northbound rock creek parkway at p street, traffic is being diverted on to k street there. we're still dealing with that accident 95 northbound on the ramp there. at the fairfax county parkway. that's closed. police are still on the scene. >>> live look elsewhere. route 50 traveling all lanes are open there. seven-minute drive time from route 301 to the beltway. erika? >> thanks so much, alexis. the wizards will try to get back on track this evening. they take on the dallas mavericks at verizon center. the wiz are just 4-24 in the season. that's the worst record in the nba. that hurts to say that. they lost to the bulls on saturday in chicago. tonight's game is set to start at 6:00. we wish them all the luck possible. >>> nhl owners and players are not taking this new year's day off. they will resume negotiations today in an effort to end their lockout and save the season. the two sides met yesterday in times square. negotiators had to plow through new year's eve party-goers to get into the meeting. the players associa
to make but they're more of a safe bet. that's why you're seeing another star trek film, another hangover film. hunger games catching fire, the sequel to hunger games that did so well. >> anything starring brad pitt is expected to do well. >> tell the kids i'm coming back. >> tries to protect his family and save the world against a legion of flesh-eating zombies. >> so this is the hobbit. >> look for the hobbit 2 to cap things off later this year. >> i'm going on an adventure! >> they shot all three movies at the same time. the first one came out in december 2012. the next one is december 2013 and the third one is 2014. >> just in time for christmas. a few of the highly anticipated films for the new year. 2013 may turn into the year of the superhero with ironman 3, the lone ranger and the man of steel all battling for those box office dollars. >> jason kennedy, thank you. >>> just ahead, how to go bold in 2013 when it comes to your personal style. first your local news. >> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> good morning. i am mindy basara. here's sarah caldwell. >> new year's day, l
room together. all share a bathroom and everything. >> reporter: i bet she loved that. >> she loved it. what she looked forward to every trip. as she sits right here and chats. >> hi! >> and the grammy goes to -- "own the night," lady antebellum. >> reporter: the group has now won seven grammys. does it feel like a blink of an eye or does it feel like you've lived a bit of a lifetime in five years? >> in ways it's like, gosh, this is still brand-new. but then in other ways it's like i can't believe we're getting used to walking red carpets. >> reporter: and living life on a much larger stage. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> go ahead, norah. go ahead, charlie. ♪ it's a quarter after 1:00, i'm a little drunk and i need you now ♪ >> charlie likes lady antebellum. >> the best part, gayle and i singing along. we're getting a sound system in our make-up room. that is one of my 2013 goals. >> i like that idea. >> of course, when i mentioned that to gayle this morning, charlie, she said what time are we going to be playing the music? whenever we want to. >> we're getting
sleep. i bet you didn't know that it's only in the deepest stage of sleep called slow-wave sleep that all those short-term memories in your hippocampus are now turning into long-term memories in the frontal cortex. the transfer of short-term memories which are really just the thumb drive stuck in the computer-- the way you get them on the hard drive is slow wave sleep. that's the deepest stage of sleep. and the problem is as we get older, some of us have such sleep problems that we never even reach that slow-wave sleep. you can also try to reduce stress. meditation is good. in fact, if you're really good at meditation, you can even induce that protective delta state in the brain. yoga is great for the brain and the entire body. and i would also say, try to live in the moment. reduce stress by not obsessing on the past, not being anxious about the future. try to stay in the present because the present is always okay. i use the mantra myself all the time--i'm okay right now and there is only right now. yeah, i may be dreading the future for some reason. i may be really upset about
. >> tucker is so excited about this news. >> i bet it's going to be a pretty little baby. 7:47 right now. it is how many degrees? it is 39 degrees on this tuesday morning as we look ahead to a new year. we look back to the ups and downs to a year that was.  >>> time for our facebook fan of the day. and today we say hello to red skin's fan for life amy robinson braymer. amy, it's your day. amy also has the honor of being the first fan of the new year. for your chance to be tomorrow's fan just log on to our facebook page and post a comment under amy's really cute photo. happy new year. >> ushered in 2012 like they do on new year's with excitement, hope and resolution. this past year with potential as the country looked forward to the presidential election and olympics. >> with an on going civil war in syria, the assassination of u.s. ambassador and much more. shepard smith takes a look back now. >> reporter: politics played a major role this year. but mass shootings, a historic supreme court ruling and washington scandals also dominated the headlines. 2012 opene
're delicious. they're easy. and i bet you, once you see the difference in your health, you will not want to add gluten back to your diet. take it from riva. she's a client of mine in her 60s. she was dealing with inflammation in her joints which she was convinced was arthritis. except now, it's 90% gone. at 5'5" she weighed 170 pounds. she was a yo-yo dieter. she was exhausted and feeling her age. the virgin diet has completely given her her life back. she lost five pounds the first week, has 14 pounds off so far four inches off her waist, five inches off her hips. best of all--and this is the huge takeaway--she loves what she's eating now. she loves the delicious nonprocessed alternatives to the food she had been eating and she feels like she has tons of choices. when she eats out, she has chicken or wild fish. she orders double veggies, no starch-- another mantra we should have: double veggies, no starch. "no, don't bring the bread basket to the table. nope. no, thank you." she's no longer feeling her age. in fact, she's feeling better physically and emotionally than she has in years. and her
. he bet me that he would give the shortest speech. [laughter] for me to win that, i would have to sit down right now. warren was my friend. i met him back in 1975. i was campaigning for president ford's election. we became good friends from that time. six years later we would serve in the senate together. we learned we had a lot in common. both our grandfathers immigrated from small towns along the polish border. both of them passed through ellis island. neither warren or i ever knew the real names of our grandparents. they both lived in the lower manhattan eastside. neither one could make a living there. both of them migrated north. both of them ended up in maine. we have a lot of common. my family stayed there. warren's went to move to new hampshire. our motto was, "that is the way life should be." new hampshire was, "live free or die." [laughter] he lives truly free, and he was prepared to fight for that freedom. we shared a moderate republican philosophy. i always try to approach issues wearing a velvet glove. warren wore brass knuckles. in fact, we gave him the nickname "sledgeh
leader mitch mcconnell wouldn't bet on how the house will vote. >> surely shouldn't predict how the house is going to vote though i feel very, very good. happy new year and i will see you all maybe tomorrow. >> reporter: now before the senate vote, president obama had appeared with middle class americans who face a tax hike to pressure house republicans. after the vote he released a statement that said, in part, quote, this agreement is the right thing to do for our country and the house should pass it without delay but with no commitment to cut spending, house republican leaders said they wanted to study the bill before promising a vote. even senator mcconnell admitted the compromise wasn't a pretty one. >> shouldn't have taken us this long to come to an agreement and it shouldn't be the model how we do things around here but the appreciate the vice president's willingness to get this done for the country. i know i can speak for my entire conference i say we don't think taxes should be going up on anyone. >> reporter: the house is back in session about noon. if it does pass the bill we c
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